"Meisen" is a plain-woven silk fabric for kimonos.
It was popular very much in Tokyo approximately 100 years ago.
“Sashiko” is the cloth used for Japanese martial art uniforms that has been being manufactured since back in the 16th century. Although it is 100% cotton, it is very light and strong.
“Chusen” is a 100-year-old hand dyeing method passed on from generation to generation in Japan.
This towel absorbs well, dries quickly and does not require any softener when washing. A high-performance towel.
This is the bag made at a factory in Kyoto where traditional stage costumes for Kabuki and Japanese puppet drama (ningyo jyoruri) have been produced since long time ago.
The more the textiles carefully made with the selected material are used the more taste will be increased. The charm of textiles should be felt.